unlikeprepositionuk us /ʌnˈlaɪk/
unlike preposition (DIFFERENT FROM)
- She was a small, dainty child, unlike her sister who was large and had big feet.
- Man's ability to talk makes him unlike any other animal.
- I really enjoyed the film - it was unlike anything I'd seen before.
- Tom's a rather shy child, unlike his younger brother!
- The village fete went well, unlike the previous year when very few people came.
unlike preposition (NOT TYPICAL)
unlikeverb [T]uk us /ʌnˈlaɪk/
- go off sb/sth
- hate sb's guts idiom
- have a problem with sth/sb idiom
- have a thing about sth/sb idiom
- not know what sb sees in sb/sth idiom
- not take kindly to sth idiom
- put sb off (sth/sb)
- see sth in sb/sth